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The first Steam Machine to come from a third-party PC maker looks pretty competitive, running all Steam games at 60fps for the same price as Microsoft's Xbox One console.
The next generation of gaming is here, and beyond the games, the Xbox One is intertwined with the greater Windows universe. Here's everything you need to know.
So you've got a game console. Now what?
SmartGlass adds another screen to the Xbox experience. While the controller is fine for navigating the One console, it's a surprisingly necessary app.
Fans of the Twitch.tv game streaming service will get to watch PlayStation 4 owners getting their game on -- but Xbox One owners will have to wait until next year.
Valve's betting big on virtual reality after supporting the Oculus Rift in its early days.
Sony's Magic Lab reveals that it's working on eye tracking, with a peripheral that helps you shoot where you look.
Acclaimed oddball MMO Glitch wasn't commercially viable, but its art and other assets were too good to leave alone. Tiny Speck has made more than 10,000 pieces of art, animations, and code available under a Creative Commons license.
Candy Crush Saga reaches half a billion downloads as it reaches its first birthday, but does it have staying power?
Earlier this week, AMD announced that Radeon R9-series graphics cards would come with a free copy of Battlefield 4. Not really.
The first wave of PlayStation reviews are out, and the evaluations are a work in progress.
Creating game saves is easy. Here's how to track 'em and back 'em up just about as easily, with smarter use of services and storage.
Integrated support for developing 2D games comes to version 4.3 of Unity's toolset after more than a year of work on an integrated 2D physics engine.